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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    DFD1994 If you want a custom option for the rear, I'm working on lights mounted to aluminum flat bar which are mounted to the rear headrest poles. There are some things to consider, but it gets you rear facing lights not readily visible from the outside and which are mounted without drilling...
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    pdk9 I would be interested to hear what Whelen products you would suggest for the same setup as DFD2994. I like Whelen also. Big fan of their 500Vs and Ions. I'm thinking of the 500Vs mounted on side view mirror end caps for front and side warning, flood light mode and puddle lighting. They are...
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    For front floods/scene lighting you could use dual color fusions (A/W) for the existing four lights you showed in the grill. You can use the steady white override function for scene lighting. If your using dual color fusion interior light bar you can do the same with that or configure ILB to...
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    Also with grill lights, you need to make sure you have clearance. The XLTs (usually?) come with active louvers behind grill to streamline airflow around truck if conditions allow. The depth from behind grill to front of open louver is shallow. Mounting fusions behind grill (less visible when...
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    FYI that backend is not a 2016. The 2015+ bumper license plate area slopes down and in, it does not slope straight down. The tire carrier hoist port is on the right next to license plate and trailer connector is on the left. I don’t think there is room for fusions on either side of rear plate...
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    @DFD1994 Can you provide a little more description of what you intend for your setup?
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    Your Opinion: Setting up an F-150

    I have a similar vehicle (2015) and I'm working through a similar type of outfitting. There are a lot of options out there, but I'll give you my two cents. Best bang for the buck really depends on what you need because the most inexpensive light does not necessarily have all the features you...

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